LONDON (AP) -- Graffiti artist Banksy comes in from the cold this summer to stage a major exhibition in his hometown.

Banksy has set up more than 100 pieces inside the City Museum and Art Gallery in Bristol, in southwestern England. Around 70 of them are new.

He told the Bristol Evening Post newspaper that he wanted to give something back to his town. The show includes a model of an overturned ice-cream van with a giant cone dripping over it.

Banksy — who refuses to give his real name — began his career in Bristol spray-painting local buildings. His works now fetch thousands of dollars around the world.

City councilor Simon Cook said Friday the exhibition is expected to attract at least 100,000 visitors. It opens Saturday and runs until the end of August.